Ladies and gentleman! Boys and girls! Welcome to Soundtracks are Underrated, a column where this blogger of yours reiterates his love of soundtracks and writes about the many things that make them elevate a movie. This week I travel to Iran – without ever leaving my desk -to review no other than Argo.
How much is there to say about soundtracks? Well, as it turns out, a lot; otherwise we wouldn’t be here writing volume FIVE of Soundtracks are Underrated.
Today, we are going to be facing down Mother Nature’s immense power, with a soundtrack that could’ve been pulled straight out of an Attenborough documentary, for a movie that could’ve easily been produced by National Geographic. Behold, The Revenant.
Fellow citizens of the world, the moment you have all waited for is upon us: here’s volume 4 of our column “Soundtracks are Underrated“.
This time around, we bring you a review of the delightful soundtrack for “Theory of Everything“, carefully crafted by Jóhann Jóhannsson (Sicario, Prisoners, Arrival). Continue reading “Soundtracks are Underrated – Volume 4 – Theory of Everything”
It’s another day of sun here in our “Soundtracks are Underrated” column for in this edition we shall review the joyful, melancholic, lovely La La Land Soundtrack. Continue reading “Soundtracks are Underrated – Volume 3 – La La Land”
Greetings! Salute! Ola! Welcome to Volume 2 of “Soundtracks are Underrated”, a column where we talk about soundtracks and why they are awesome!
This week we have one heck of a good one coming up! Get those bagpipes ready. Put on your kilts! Bring out your best Mel Gibson impersonation. It’s Braveheart time.